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1996 U an
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The 1 996 FALCON
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e see every moment in every life at Minnechaug as "legendary",
but a few moments really stand out from the rest. Those rare
moments are what we hope to show you in the 1996 FALCON as "The
Legend Continues" . . .
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hat does the '96 FALCON Yearbook
Staff think "LEGENDARY"\s ? How about
some "Memorable Moments" at Minnechaug
like Rocketry with a "Well-Known Teacher"
... Mr. Balser (below) and Eric Johnson set
up for another flight while Tim Sheran (right)
displays his han^iwnrk.
he dictionary de-
fines "LEGENDARY" as
and "Celebrated" and
we think that the paint-
ed face of James
Blume (below) and our
Falcon mascot fall
clearly in these catego-
The word CONTIN-
UES brings to
mind thoughts of
ships like these
across the bottom of
The Legend Continues
^Jometimes "LEGENDARY" means "Familiar Friendly Faces" like Ms. Reidy and
Mr. Peach (Greg Lockhart) caught together here (below right) getting ready for the
Peach Festival Parade. It means "Famed Faces" like Cam Neely who we see
comparing notes with Falcon Yearbook Staff members Dan and Albert
Shlosser(below right). For many of us phrases like "Unforgettable Friends" bring to
mind good friends like Rob Person .(below left)
The Legend Continues
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Jackie, and Lesley in the White
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as unforgettable, then our col-
lective sense of fashion makes our
statement ! Here we look at just
some of the fashion directions you
can see on an average day in the
halls of Minnechaug. What has
united M.R.H.S. students through-
out its thirty-six years is our quest
to express a little of who we are by
what we wear. We all have ba-
sically the same reason. We all
want to make that statement , and
the statement is "I just want to be
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Claim to Fame: Skateboarder sponsored by Gullwing
Trucks . Giant Skateboard . The Boardroom Skateshop
Goals: Maintain contact with companies and get a job
doing artwork for them in the future.
Claim to Fame: Competed in the U.S.In-Line Speed
Skating Championships/Regional Champion
Goals: Try-out for '96 World Team USA. Defend Regional
Title. 1996 U.S. National Championships. Try Ice Speed
Skating and try-out for the 1998 or 2000 Olympics.
Krystyna Daven port
Claim to Fame: Writing, Acting, and Directing.
Poetry Contest Winner. "Gifted Student" program. Co-
Director of One-Act Play in regional competition.
Goals: "Become a playwright and see my work
performed on stage!"
David had told us that his "claim to fame" involved the Science
Olympiad Tower Building Contests, but at press time, we beg to
differ, as David is shown here accepting his Appointment to the
Air Force Academy, presented to him by Congressman Richard
Neal and a group of local notables at a spring ceremony. Now
that's a claim to fame!
On a hot November evening in the MRHS gym,
with several hundred students in attendance
Carolyn Fay was crowned homecoming queen
and Brendan Trombly was crowned king. The
photo to the right shows the court as follows: Top
row: Diana Gravelin, Karen Briggs, Sarah Hebert.
Middle: Sam Rao, (king) Brendan Trombly, Bryan
Cook, Jamie Mitchell. Bottom row: (queen)
Through the next four sections we are going to show you some
great photos from the field trip we wish we went on . . . the
annual Communications Training Weekend trip to the "Cope
Course". Here we see Seniors Tiffany Teece (left) and Jenny
Hatcher (below) under the watchful eye of Ms. Danthony (below
right). We end our narrative here and simply give you the names of
the key participants, as no words could tell the story as well as the
scenes that follow! Where do we sign up for next year's trip?
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Music Group 1. Pearl Jam 2. Blues Traveler *
Singer "I.Rob Zombie 2.Coolio
Song I.Come As You Are 2. Would
Music Video 1. Fight For Your Right 2.Would
TV Show 1. Friends 2.Seinfeld
Movie I.Kids 2. Mortal Kombat
Actor I.Anthony Schneider 2Jim Carrey
Actress I.Sandra Bullock 2. Sharon Stone
Model I.Cindy Crawford 2.Kathy Ireland
Sport 1. Basketball 2. Soccer
Food 1. Pizza 2. Chinese
Party Place 1.My House 2. Anywhere
Car I.Scott's Car 2.Vic's Van
Teacher 1.Mr. Tipaldi 2. Mrs. Dickson
Class 1. Speech 2. Gym
Clothes 1. Underwear 2.Jeans
A place you would like to go I.Hawaii 2. Hampden
If you could have anything it would be 1. Money 2. Love
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Front Row: Brie
Pessolano. Middle Row:
Mike Burr, Rachel
Skiba.Jesse Smith, Eric
Imler.Elaine Kwong. Back
Row: Peter Maloney.Dave
Kara Ciocca &
Molly Dibiaso & Er-
Roberto, & Mike
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Nicole Dubovsky &
Jessica Smith &
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Mike Stitsinger and Erin
Hiersche (far right) won
front row center tickets
from Radio 104 at the Lol-
lapalooza Tour at "The
Meadows" in Connecti-
cut. We see them here
with friends Debbie John-
son, Seanna Pearlman,
Molly Dibiaso, and Sarah
Hackett after watching
Hill", "Hole", and "Sonic
Michael Smith III is seen
here being honored by
U.S. Senator Kerry in
Washington for being
named" Northeast Region
Youth of the Year for the
Boy's and Girl's Clubs of
America". Another photo
from his trip can be seen
in the summer spread in
the color section.
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Music Group 1. Pearl Jam 2.R.E.M.
Singer I.Courtney Love 2.Alanis Morrisette
Song 1 . Violet 2. For All The Cows
Music Video LGandstas Paradise 2. Violet
T.V. Show 1. Friends 2.The Simpsons
Movie I.Forrest Gump 2. Pulp Fiction
Actor Uim Carrey 2. Brad Pitt
Actress 1 .Sandra Bullock 2. Alicia Silverstone
Sport 1. Football 2. Hockey
Hangout LFriendly's 2.The Mall
Store I.Mobil 2.0ld Navy
Food 1. Pizza 2.Nachos
Teacher 1.Mr. Hofmann 2. Mr. Logan
Nick Nielson has been generating alot of
interest on the slopes as a "snowboarder
extrordinaire". He can be seen cutting up
the slopes at Mt. Tom and Blandford and
has even been approached for possible
work with the snowboard company
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Pep Rally drummer Jeff Lash keeps the
MRHS Band in beat!
(Below left) Carla
Patullo keeping up the
spirit at the Pep Rally
playing the sax.
Rachel Skiba, on the
French horn, does her
part in the Pep Band at
a fall football game.
(Below center) Brian
Tichacek on guitar and
Trisha Melikian on bass,
Debbie Johnson keeps
the beat at a jam session.
Jen Thomsen looks up for a pic-
ture during a jam session.
On his sonic blue "Jag-Stang", Mike
Stitsinger practices one of his orig-
Brian MacDonald pounding the
snare at the Pep Rally.
Marching at the Peach
Festival Parade, Elaine
Kwong plays her heart
out on the clarinet.
The Communications Training Juniors we see
here are (clockwise from immediate right)
Jason Johnson, Kris Bready, Emily
Taeger(at far right), Kris Bready leading the pack
(right page bottom middle), Jason Johnson
(below), and Melissa King with one of the course
instructors (below left).
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Claim to Fame: Named a Pre-Season Ail-American
Inspiration: Her Sister
Goals: To Play College Divison I Basketball
Claim to Fame: Was a Radio D.J. at age 9
Goals: College Music Major and Job in Music Industry
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top right) are Brett Gelinas, Katie
Houle, Stephanie Tardiff, Don
Smith, Bryan Wallace, and Nick
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Front Row: Matt
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Class Advisor Mrs.
Kate Allen, Stephanie
Wissig. Back Row:
Kate O'Brien, Kelly
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Claim to Fame: Both are members of the Aqualinas
of Western Massachusetts and have performed and
competed in the Baystate Games and in the
National Synchronized Swimming Championships.
Goals: To compete in the U.S. Open at Wheaton
College or the National Synchronized Swimming
Championship Tournament in Seattle, Washington
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right are Dan Lewis,
Abigail Smith, Eric Dryer,
Dan & Abigail, Nneka Per-
ry, Annie Dickinson with
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Clockwise from top of page: Mirta("M.C.")Class and Phi
Nguyen. Matt Reid and Stan Wegiel at Norcross Wildlife
Sanctuary. Teacher Paula Noonan with "M.C.". Steve
DeMatos, Kara Votzakis, Bob Dynak, Cathy Rahilly, Diane
Sousa, and Eva Quiterio enjoy a pizza party. Sean
Monette, Stan Wegiel, Tom Martowski, and Lizette Bar-
roso present Leo Martin(in back) with the Community
Service Medal, and welcome Keith Willette(2nd from left)
to Wingate. Teacher's Aide Jen Hebert with Michael Laf-
fey. Stan Wegiel, Mrs. Walker, "M.C.", and Jonathan
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Pioneer Valley Educational Collabora-
tive. Many of the Vocational Prep, stu-
dents combine learning with work ex-
perience by spending half their day
with us at Minnechaug and the other
half working in the community at sev-
eral types of jobs, or attending job
training programs. We think M.R.H.S.
and L.P.V.E.C. make a terrific com-
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Top Row from left to right: Jon-
athan Ledger, Tom Martowski,
and Fred Stratton.
Below: Friends Diane Sousa,
Cathy Rahilly, Brian Henshon,
and Eva Quiterio always have a
Left: Bob Dynak builds a robin's house under Mrs. Grant's watchful eye on a field trip.
Above left: Senior Tom Gilbert and Junior Cathy Rahilly enjoy some Minnechaug time.
Above right: Dan Morin smiles for the picture.
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As the Class of 1996 graduates, it is an opportune time to
take a moment to reflect on your accomplishments. Min-
nechaug has a long and proud tradition of preparing students for
the next phase of their lives. You have grown and developed into
young men and women through your experiences in the class-
room, through your extracurricular and athletic participation, and
through various community activities. Your yearbook theme,
"The Legend Continues," will remind us of your accomplish-
ments. As the years go by, this yearbook will provide you with
memories of your high school years and will help you remain part
of the "Minnechaug Family." On behalf of the entire admin-
istration, faculty, and staff, I would like to extend our con-
gratulations. Enter the world with confidence, strive daily to
reach your goals, take time to appreciate the preciousness of
life, and see to it that the legend of Minnechaug continues . . .
Mr. Robert Johnson
Main Office Seated: Mr.
Johnson. Standing: Anna
Mitchell, Cathryn Maleckas,
Carol Sibilia, Mary-Anne Lit-
tle, and Donna Boucher.
Mary Ellen Keinath
Above Left) Superintendents Office
Sally Moore, Beverlie Macauley, Cor-
ine Mercier, Joan Riel, and Linda
(Below Left) Guidance Office (Above Right) Activity &
Ned Doyle, Ann Briggs, Verna Attendance Office
Ledoux, Ann Tousignant, Anita Bannon and
Carolyn Lewis, Robert Maureen Trombly.
Kirshling, and Judith Borsari.
Debra Tomchik and
Mrs. Paula Garvey , our Food Services
Manager, couldn't escape the black
balloons or the photographer on her
40th. (It must be those "potato puffs"
that keep her looking so young!)
Mr. Art Tipaldi . our musically inclined
English Teacher, is seen here "beltin' the
blues" with Mr. Johnnie Billington at the
Clarksdale Blues Museum in Clarksdale
Mississippi in July 1995.
Front Row: Margaret Desrosiers, Mary
King, Donna Pratt, Mary Norowski, Denise
Rene. Back Row: Paula Garvey, Mary Jo
Hebert, Sue McCoy, Connie Silveria, Cheryl
Canterbury, Lorraine Morell, Darlene
Sweeney, Gayle Whitehill.
With the help of friends and
family, we have gathered
some "special moments" with
Lois Mitchell, wife, mother,
cheerleading coach, mentor, in-
spiration, "Crazy Bertha", op-
timist, and good friend. We see
Lois here "On Top of It All"
(center of spread), with the
championship teams (below)
that she inspired, and we see
our devoted friend and MRHS
fan all bundled up (below left),
because she would " never
miss a game".
"Crazy Bertha of the
"Fashion Police" was a fre-
quent guest speaker at the
annual cheerleader banquets
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Athletic Director Ned Doyle states, "It is with great respect and ad-
miration for Coach George Cauley that I pass on the news of his
retirement from coaching high school football. Coach Cauley has had a
tremendous influence on countless Minnechaug student-athletes during
his six-year tenure. No coach has given more! The entire athletic com-
munity joins me in thanking Coach Cauley for his significant contributions
and selfless service, and in wishing him all the best of health and hap-
piness in his retirement."
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Under the leadership of Senior
Captains Jamie Mitchell, Mark
Brannigan, Mike Skiff, and Charlie
Luvera, along with the help of out-
standing Seniors Bryan Cook and
Joakim Wisting, the Minnechaug
Football teams had another great
season! With a few close, tough
losses, Mitchell and Luvera led the
varsity as "star" players. The team
record, improved from last year was
a promising 5-5. Team players said
that their best game was against
Westfield. Two evenly matched
teams playing their hardest equalled
a great game. Strong JV and Fresh-
man teams will keep the legend alive.
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VARSITY and JV FOOTBALL Front Row: Coach Beshard, Eric Pruyne, Bryan Cook, Mark Brannigan, Charlie Luvera.Jamie
Mitchell.Joakim Wisting, Chris Hill, Coach Cauley. Second Row: Sheila Maleckas(Mgr.),Bill Falzone.Mike Cameron, Chris
Mingola.Dan Farrell.Will Crowley, Brent Barth, Brett Hewitt.Taylor Foy. Third Row: Chris Kelly, Dave Kowalczyk, Franco Renzul-
lo.Mike Roe, James Blume.Greg Donovan.Josh Ross, Mike Kaveney, Andrew Bottone,.Adam Ketchek. Back Row: Jay Le-
vine, Brandon Mahoney, Peter Maloney.Ryan Scott, Rory Sullivan.Dave Gatti.Rob Cirillo.Sean Bannon.Adam
Smeadburg, Coach Berardi.
QB Adam Ketchek winds up for the
Brent Barth "plows" downfield one
snowy afternoon in November.
Roberto Cirillo escapes another tackle.
(Below right) Adam gets some "third
and one" advice.
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FRESHMEN FOOTBALL Front Row: Brian Per-
ron, Mike McCloskey.Tim McLauren.Bob
Schmidt, Jeff Moss, Garrett Trombly.Tom
Fawcett, Dennis Alves. Second Row: Coach
Sares.Mike Snow, Matt Braccialarghe, Steve Reil-
ly.Brewster Fitzgerald.Josh Bartlett.Steve Kel-
ly, Dave Koziol.Josh Henry, Coach Scatolini. Back
Row: Cono Badalamenti.Jeff Snow, Mark Howl-
and.Matt Bostian.Eric Ogelsby.Jeff Spillner.Kyle
Lewis, Jeff Yazel.Nick Villamaino.
Captain Jamie Mitchell scram-
bling for the ball.
Mark Branigan leads the
teim onto the field.
The Boys Varsity Soccer team en-
dured a very tough season in '95.
They had a good team but had trou-
ble living up to the success of previous
years, finding it difficult to replace key
players from the season before. The team
led by Captains Josh Keeney, Frank
Turcotte, and Dave Fonte played with un-
relentless fervor and never gave up. They
played many close games and unfor-
tunatley came up short a couple times
settling for ties. Though the year may have
been a little discouraging at times, a quick-
ly improving group of underclassmen
should make the 1996 season exciting.
Led by by Mark Papuga, the lessons
learned throughout this season have set
the stage for many great seasons to
VARSITY SOCCER Front Row: Frank Turcotte, Mike Ketchek.Josh Keeney.Journe Germain.Dave Fonte. Second Row:
Christopher Marlatt.Ryan Morton, Scott Thompson, Jeff Moore, Erik Tompkins, Nate Padden, Peter Creanza. Third Row: Coach
Jenkins, Courtney Loper(Mgr.),Sara Hebert(Mgr.), Bryan Huard, Peter Axtmann, Brewster Renn, George Kotsikopoulos, Carlos
Elguero.Ross Giombetti, Dennis Jablonski, Coach Papuga.
JV SOCCER Front Row: Tony Cianflone, Jeremy Meyer, Eric
Wilk.Brian Lague. Middle Row: George Johnson, Mike
Maserati.Jeff Disa.Tim Selim, Sergio Elguero. Back Row:
Tom Davis, Dan Tousignant.Tim Clark, Steve Ziomek.Mike
Martinez, Eric Lewandowski, Bryan Wallace, Coach Lima.
FRESHMAN SOCCER Front Row: Shaun Pin-
ney.Andy Wall, Justin Eckoff, Colin Hayes, Tom
Moore, Eric Dryer.Cesar Carmona. Middle Row: Jim
Sears, Gordon Willey.Mark Kibbe.Nick David-
son, Adam Connor, Pete Weeks, John Chapde-
laine.Vinnie Decesare. Back Row: Coach Her-
rick,Ryan Costello.Matt Bibeau.Andy Clark, Dan
Dowling Josh Belliveau, Brian Jacque.
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The Girls Varsity Soccer team
started fresh this year, with a new
coach Nundi Goncalves, along
with a new attitude towards the game.
Although the record did not show the
season to be very successful, our
playing was tough, and each game
lost was a close match. Led by Cap-
tains Kim Kisner and Junior Allison
Hsiao the team stayed close, on and
off the field. Seniors Kisner, Kathy
Bidus, Kerri Streeter, Robin Campbell,
and Erin Halloran will leave us with
something special. Leading scorer this
year was Junior Kara Ciocca. Both
offense and defense played hard and
well and meshed together toward the
GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER Front Row: Katie Lucarelle.Allison Hsiao, Robin Campbell, Kerri Streeter, Jen Conway.Erin Hal-
loran, Kim Kisner, Kelly Overton, Kara Ciocca, Cory Bellucci. Back Row: Carlo Patullo, Kathleen Pessolano, Michel
Germain, Karisa Welz, Sara Gravelin.Karima Morsi, Susan Roth.Thirza Campbell, Beth Crowley.Kathy Bidus, Coach Goncalves.
Karima Morsi takes control!
Kathleen Pessolano on the move
JV SOCCER Front Row: Alyssa Hall, Kate Dooley.Caitlin
Finn.Jennifer Badalamenti.Jennifer Conway, Kari Pabis.Brie
Basch.Jolette Germain, Kirsten Peck. Back Row: Laura
Tompkins, Megan Lang, Kerry Loper.Kerri Kennedy, Kristin
Girotti, Coach Trombley, Catherine Murray, Katie
Houle, Barbara Sullivan, Candace Driscol I , J i Mian
FRESHMAN SOCCER Front Row: Emily
Carbone, Maggie Popkin.Erin Crocker, Meagan lan-
niatelli, Jessica Hannington, Melissa Tomkiel.Carisa
Cowles.Sara Lamoureux. Back Row: Coach
Balser.Erin Haggerty.Melisa Laferriere, Jessica Gus-
tafson, Tammy Turcotte.Kim Koretz.Sara
Huard, Christina Nordstrom, Candace Flaherty.
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It was another exciting year for the Distance
Dynamos! The boys team had another un-
defeated season, and the girls, although
their record did not show their strenghts, did
well for a team with many new members. Sen-
ior Co-Captain Brendan Trombly finished the
year by coming in first place for MRHS in each
of the season's meets, and then coming in first
in the PVIAC, and finally placing eighth in
"states". Juniors Evan McFarland and Brian
Arcese were the team's second and third run-
ners, usually coming in only seconds after
Trombly. As for the girl's team, new member
Junior Courtney Loper and returning lead run-
ner Rachel Casper placed in the top five almost
every time. Runners that made Western Mass.
were Arcese, Deidre Ashe, Casper, Justin
Crane, Loper, Lynn Maserati, McFarland, Sa-
rah Pearson, Chris Sabo, Peter Schmidt,
Trombly, and Dan Vitek. The boys also made
states. Senior Co-Captain Crane, Ed Leung,
Maserati, Andy Moody, Co-Captains Susan
Moon and Sara Navab, Steph Pelouze, Kara
Scibelli, and Trombly ended their MRHS cross
country career with a great finish. They won't
be easy to replace, but with freshmen such as
Chris Burr, Sue Ferranti, Steve Mooney, and
Pearson, the legend wj|J continue.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Front Row: Jason Shtrax.Dan Vitek, Gregg Rosenthal, Andy Moody, Justin Crane, Brendan
Trombly, Brian Arcese, Peter Schmidt.Evan McFarland, Steve Money. Back Row: Greg Raffa, Andrew MacDonald, Chris
Sabo, Brian McDonald, Ed Leung, Nate Merrit.Marty Wesolowski.Joel Prystupa.Andy Sears, Steve Sobey.Jon Chu, Chris
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Front Row: Kara Scibelli.Sara Navab.Lynn Maserati. Back Row: Rachel Casper.Courtney
Loper, Laura Salomone, Sarah Pearson, Rachel Duboise.Sue Ferranti, Coach Hill.
Girls Varsity Volleyball had a great
year going all the way to Western
Mass Championship. Lead by team
Captain Chrissy Andrews and seniors
Kate Petruccelli and Mireya Santoyo. Girls
JV also had a good year. Captain Kristen
Rae and Katie Thornton tried hard and
succeeded in keeping the teams' spirit
high. We have a pretty young team and will
be back next year. The boys Varsity had a
fine season with Captains Anthony
Schneider and Jeremy Little leading the
way. JV had their best team yet with Cap-
tains Peter Burch and Tim MacDonald tak-
ing charge. With the loss of Seniors Eric
Wages, Dave Merritt, Keith Romano and
John Greeley it looks a little rough, but
with Mike Burr, Andrew Kummings, Roger
Napolitan, Dan Spedding, Nathan Schnei-
der and Jeff Donnelly returning for next
season we should have enough artillery
for a championship team.
BOYS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Front Row: Albert
Shlosser(Mgr.), Keith Romano.Jeremy Little.Anthony
Schneider.John Greeley, Dave Merritt. Back Row:
Dan Spedding, Jason Johnson, Nathan Schnei-
der, Roger Napolitan, Andrew Kumming, Peter
Wall, Mike Brown, Coach Jarvis.
GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Front Row: Katie Thorn-
ton, Kristen Rae, Melissa King, Christiana Andrews. Back
Row: Kim Kijewski, Catherine Petrucelli, Becky
Bednarz, Mireya Santoyo, Reagan Kijewski, Coach Bugay.
BOYS JV VOLLEYBALL Front Row: Albert Shlosser(Mgr.),Matt
Greely, Mario Koziol.Peter Burch.Ryan Wyzik.Jeff Donnelly.
Back Row: Tim McDonald, Rich Duboise, Rob Goodrich, Eric
Wages, Peter McAlpine, Coach Lou.
GIRLS JV VOLLEYBALL Front Row: Jennifer
Beacom, Sarah Kibbe, Katie Thornton, Kristen
Rae.Cherilyn Pratte, Heather Appleby, Jen DeForest.
Back Row: Andrea Nacewicz, Suzanne Mal-
lett.Candace Gilday.Meaghan Deane, Katie Mu-
siac.Moria Winsek, Nicole Dodge, Coach Fitzgerald.
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With smiles and enthusiasm,
the "Chaug Cheerleaders
psych the crowds cramming the
bleachers at football and basketball
games. The varsity started early by
giving up summer vacation time to
train at "Cheer Camp". High impact
aerobics, gymnastics and dancing
accompanied the hours of cheer-
leading, stunt and pyramid practice.
This years Varsity and Junior Varsity
teams are certainly P-S-Y-C-H-E-D!
Whether they are echoing through
the halls after school or trying to get
the crowds going through the
games, their spirit never dies.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Lynn LeFavor.Karen Briggs.Beth Fitzgerald, Heather Smead, Kelly Alarie.
Middle Row: Sarah Bartlett.Katora Whitfield, Michelle LaFlamme.Meredyth Thomas, Leah Corsetti.Tricia Boyer. Back
Row: Coach Mercure, Colleen Murphy.Stephanie Simis.Mara Cameron, Lauren Johnson, Tiffany Quist.Allison Jen-
kins, Lindsay Nickerson.
Tricia Boyer and Allison Jenkins get the
'Let's Hear it!"
We've got the spirit! How about you?
JV CHEERLEADERS Front Row: April Verrier, Katie Dolaher.Victoria Houle.Vickie Kotsikopoulos. Middle Row:
Angela Creanza, Rachel Rediker.Maria Begin, Becky Knecht,Michaela Carson. Back Row: Coach Kemath, Rebecca
Andre, Kristen Lajuennese, Alexis Houle.Kara Kulle.
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Good things do come in small packages
as the Girls Gymnastic Team proved
once again! The team, consisting of
seven girls and no seniors, had another un-
defeated season, upping their record over the
past three years to an amazing 50-0. Junior co-
captains Amanda Hall and Christina Reed led
the team through some tough meets, such as a
close win over Waconah. Newcomer.Junior
Kirsten Caster placed first many times on the
floor and vault, and returning Junior Melisssa
Robotti won almost every time on the uneven
bars. All-Western Mass, first team returning
Junior Lindsay L'Heureux also placed well on
the bars. New freshman members Hayley
Brown and Carisa Cowles helped in the teams
success. And although everyone contributed
greatly to Western Mass., Caster was the only
one to place, finishing third on the vault. But
that one place may have helped them to win the
finals once again.
GYMNASTICS Front Row: Lindsay L'Heureux, Christina Reed, Amanda Hall, Melissa Robotti. Back Row: Coach
Palm, Hayley Brown, Carissa Cowles, Kirsten Caster.
Kirsten Caster plants this landing
Kirsten is all smiles and control in this
Melissa Robotti in flight
'All For One!
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Despite playing on a new field
with a new coach, the Min-
nechaug Girls Field Hockey team re-
tained its legendary spirit. Although
they didn't always prevail, the girls
gave their all. Despite a tough set of
games, the Varsity team never lost
its competitive edge. Senior Sandy
Ziobro was always impressive,
showing the composure needed to
gain victory. Senior Captains Emily
Binns and Diana Gravelin feel that
although ten seniors will be leaving,
the team sould survive and prosper
in the future. The drive towards vic-
tory kept the team moving in the
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VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY Front Row: Megan Haggerty, Diana Gravelin, Emily Binns.Amy Palone. Middle Row: Christine
Giminiani.Jamie Bliss, Sandy Ziobro, Liz Harris, Sara Dubois. Back Row: Christine Pavia.Lisa Basile,Megan Begley.Lori
Ziencina.Kate Noble, Brenna Leahey, Judith Zaft-Weissman, Coach Moran.
Sara Dubois makes her move!
Coach Moran talking over strategy with
(Below) Liz Harris won't let the oppo-
nent into our territory.
JV FIELD HOCKEY Front Row: June Navab.Karen Allbee.Heidi Allen, Patricia Begin. Middle Row: Whitney Cavallon.Andrea
/acovone, Shelly Lavoie.Amanda Kirchhoffer.Karen Churchill, Sarah Bird, Katie Arcese. Back Row: Jen Lafrance.Liz
Kasa.Kaitlin Gentile, Michelle Lamere, Lauren Brannigan, Becky Budynkiewicz, Nicole Santos, Melanie Bliss, Carly Ervin, Coach
The hockey was anything
but dull this year for the
Falcons, who ended the year
with a 7-7-1 record, even with
many cancellations due to in-
clement weather and broken
pipes. The pipes may have
been broken, but our spirits
were not! In the season open-
er Bill Askwith blasted home 5
mesmerizing goals against
Westside. He repeated that
performance against the Ag-
awam Brownies, and again by
scoring 4 brilliant goals over
the East Longmeadow
Spartans. Tri-Captains Mi-
chael Mackie, Michael Shea,
and Ryan Morton dominated
their opponents and strongly
led our team through victory
and tough times. M.R.H.S.
Goalie Jeff Hanks stopped
most assaults on our goal
with authority, assisted by the
strong play of Mike Martinez
and James Blume. We have
only mentioned a few of the
skaters, but it was the whole
team that achieved the "over
.500" record to envy.
Jeff Hanks makes an excellent save!
(Top of Page) Zack Ashwell and Jim Campbell
display that Falcon form.
Mike Mackie returning the puck with au
Ryan Morton waiting for the
(Below Center) Mike
Mackie, ready, willing,
M.R.H.S. HOCKEY TEAM Front Row: Justin Eckhoff.Jason Grondin.Ryan Morton(captain), Michael Mackie(captain), Michael
Shea(captain), Michael Larson.James Campbell, Jeffrey Hanks. Back Row: Coach Muschenko.Candace Gilday(manager), Meghan
Deane, Christiana Andrews, Christopher King, Christopher Mingolla.Michael Martinez, Matthew Zhe, James Blume.Zachery
Ashwell, Brian Jacque.William Askwith.Ryan Deane, Coach Martin.
Waves were made this sea-
son by our combined Girls
and Boys Swimming and Diving
Teams. This was a season full of
highs and lows. The boys team
had an undefeated 10-0 record,
while the girls boasted an impres-
sive 10-3 record. With Ms. Amy
Moran coaching the combined
teams for the first time both teams
captured the Division A Title.
These records were not easily ac-
cumulated, and reflect an overall
team effort and extreme dedica-
tion on the part of many team
leaders. Hard fought battles in the
lanes and off the board are com-
monplace for a team that lives with
our history. Such team stand-outs
as Peter Schmidt, Andy Moody,
and Kent Kristof could be counted
on to consistently place in the
"Top 12". Although "Lady Luck"
wasn't with us all the way at
W.Mass. the Boys managed to
place 9th and the Girls battled to
an 8th place. Notably, Brian Do-
novan placed 2nd in the back-
stroke and 4th in the 200M free-
style at W.Mass. Of particular
merit is the fact that Andy Moody
was given the W.Mass Scholar-
Peter Schmidt swimming up a storm.
(Top of Page) Mike Leary flippin' high off the
Beth Vickers setting up on the hand stand.
Dan Spedding displays perfec-
tion once again.
Leaving streaks of fire in their
(Below Center) Kent
Kristof working on the
M.R.H.S. GIRLS and BOYS SWIMMING TEAM Front Row: Lauren Brannigan, Emily Osborne.Tricia Gelinas.Jessica Smith.Amanda
Kirchhoffer.Elizabeth Vickers.Aimee Larose, Suzanne Mallet.Emily Le. Middle Row: Coach Moran.Dan Boucher.Mike Leary, Andrea
Yacovone, Haley Brown, Erin Haggerty.Kristen Mikuszewski, Meghan Satrom, Christine Pavia.Jessica Simons, Carly Ervin.Jessica
HebertDan Brewer, Gordon Willey. Back Row: Coach Bump, Mike Murphy, Dave Field.Tim Gale, Brian Donovan, Dan Spedding, Peter
Schmidt.Andy Moody, Kent Kristof.Dave Merritt, Brian Piecuch, Brian Henshon, Stuart Boissonnault.Elizabeth Spedding, Coach French.
Participation in any athletic
team at Minnechaug involves
a great deal of effort. But perhaps,
some of the winter season teams
have to work a little harder and
overcome some very different ob-
stacles. Members of the M.R.H.S.
Ski Team, for example, devoted
many hours to frigid evening prac-
tices at Berkshire East this year.
(Other hard working teams don't
have to workout in the dark on
steep hills covered with snow and
ice!) And few other teams are as
dependent on an unpredictable
New England version of Mother
Nature. Fortunately the skiing at
Berkshire East was usually quite
good. The success of the team
can be attributed to the excellent
skiing of Matthew McDonald, Ka-
tie Noble, Carlos Elquero, Chris-
tine Godleski, and Brian But-
terfield among other M.R.H.S.
standouts. Noble and Godleski
have consistently placed "top 3 in
division and top 10 in mountain".
Brian Butterfield has made major
progress, placing consistently in
the top 15. This team has the
depth to carry their successes
over into future seasons.
Rachael Casper, Chad Rocheford, Brian Jac-
ques, and Beth Crowley share a hillside mo-
Mike Kelly getting ready to take off.
Cutting up the slopes!
Carlos Elguero, Katie Noble, and
Matt McDonald on the bus.
(Below Center) Luke
Mastroianni, Chris Kel-
ly, and Katie Noble at
the bottom of the hill.
M.R.H.S. GIRLS and BOYS SKI TEAM Front Row: Phil Sicotte.Chad Rocheford.Austin St.Germain, Katie Noble.Brian
Butterfield.Rachael Casper.Erin Crocker.Katie Tipaldi.Michal Germain.Mike Kelly. Back Row: Taylor Foy.Matt McDonald.Chris
Kelly, Luke Mastroianni.Andy MacDonald.Beth Crowley, Mike Ford.Jeff Zamorski, Christine Godleski.
Despite the fact that this is only
the second year of organized
league wrestling at Minnechaug,
the team has made tremendous
strides and impressed many area
wrestling old-timers. Minnechaug
has come out "ready to rumble"
and established a presence that
sets the stage for an illustrious
future. The 95-96 season will cer-
tainly be one to be remembered,
not only for the good times, but
the hard times as well. There were
many outstanding individual ef-
forts that helped this new team
gain a berth in the Western Mas-
sachusetts Tournament. Among
our standouts was Junior Jay
Johnson who took 4th place in his
weight class, qualifying him for the
State Tournament. Tri-Captains
Francis Turcotte, Mike Kaveney,
and Jay Johnson pulled their
weight through wins and hard-
ships to always pull the team out
"on top". Lindsay Nickerson con-
tinues to show a predominantly
male wrestling world a few talent-
ed moves. The determination
showed by the whole team is an
inspiration to everyone. So let the
Staff of the FALCON Yearbook be
among the many to say "Great
Work! Great Beginnings!" to the
members of our young but out-
standing M.R.H.S. Varsity Wres-
Lindsay shows him how it's really done! (Top of Page) "Just Grin and Bear It!" (Center of Spread) "All tangled up!
Mike Kaveney trying hard to keep t
Ryan Tynan in "head to head'
(Below Center) Dan
Lewis executes a
M.R.H.S. WRESTLING TEAM Front Row: Thomas Davis, Ted Wing, Mike Kaveney, Frank Turcotte.Jay Johnson, Brewster
Fitzgerald, Sam Weiskotten. Middle Row: Keith Romano, Mike Mudawar.Brett Hewitt.John Getchell.Nate Merritt.Dan Lewis. Back Row:
Coach Mark Paglia, Sheila Maleckas(Manager),Konstantine Klitsas, Chris Burr.Chris Hill, John Moriarty.Ryan Tynan, Jerry
Johnson, Lindsay Nickerson, Coach Tim Timpson.
. STATE CHAMPIONS
When the season started there
were many questions to be an-
swered. With returning players such as
Senior Tri-Captains Brendan Trombly,
Jeff Fontaine, and Steve Robare, and
with Junior players Adam Ketschek and
Andy Kumming the team had a solid
foundation. With tremendous talent
from underclassmen Rich Grono,
Shawn Bloom, Alfonso Ferrentino,
Charlie Kace, Jeff Moore, and Roger
Napolitan the team had tremendous po-
tential. In tough early games against
city powerhouses Commerce and Hol-
yoke the Falcons showed talent and
heart only losing to these teams by a
combined 30 points. We went on to
beat strong teams from Cathedral and
Chicopee, for the first time in many
years. We did suffer two heartbreaking
losses to arch-rival Ludlow, falling short
by only 5 points in the two games. But
we met all tests and qualified for the
Western Mass. Division 1 Basketball
Tournament. When the Yearbook final
deadline came the Minnechaug Varsity
Boys were seeded 10th in Division I
with a 12-8 record.
VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row: Adam Ketschek, Brendan
Trombly ,Jeff Fontaine, Steve Robare.Jeff Moore. Back Row: Beth
Lovell(manager),Karima Morsi(manager),Doug Moss.Charlie Kace.Andy
Kumming, Roger Napolitan, Shawn Bloom, Rich Grono.Alfonso
Ferrentino, Coach Robert Crawford.
(Top) Jeff Fontaine shooting the jumper.
Andy Kumming driving to the hoop.
Greg Fontaine with the finger rol
Kevin Smith going to the hoop!
Roger Napolitan up for
BOYS JV BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row: Bryan
Wallace, Scott Thomson, Greg Fontaine, Mike McCloskey.
Back Row: Coach Douglas Frazier, Glenn Mills, Steve
Grindle.Jeff Moss, Nate Theurer.Mark Howland, Kevin
BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Front Row: Coach
Mooney.Tom Moore, Nick Villamaino, Dennis Alves.Andy
Wall, Jon Chapdelaine. Back Row: Mario Sotolotto.Tim
Selim.Tim McLaren, Mike Walker.Andrew Clark, Garett
Trombly.Tom Fawcett,Matt Wrisley.
Expectations were high for the 95-
96 Minnechaug Girls Varsity Bas-
ketball Team. The foundation had been
laid for what seemed like years to
come! Led by captains Kim Kisner and
Jillian Danker the team had very high
pre-season expectations to live up to.
Playing in a division with powerhouse
West Springfield and a tough independ-
ent schedule the team had to prove it's
worth early in the season, suffering
heartbreaking losses to Agawam and
West Springfield. In an unbelievable
sign of things to come, Jillian Danker
scored a school record 49 points in a 1
point loss to West Springfield. Jillian is
already considered a prime college
basketball prospect. Supported by Sen-
ior standouts Kerri Streeter and Patricia
Guiggey, along with talented Juniors
Brigid O'Brien and Katheleen Pesso-
lano, strong playing Sophomores
Christina Girotti and Sara Gravelin, and
with promising Freshmen Karisa Welz
and Mary-Kate Allen the team qualified
for the Division One Tournament. With
only three players leaving at graduation
the team has an incredible future ahead
of them led by Coach Dave Yelle (who is
also making quite a name for himself
with his local cable sports talkshow!). At
press time the Varsity Girls had a 15-5
record and were seeded 3rd in Division
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM
Front Row: Kim Kisner.Jillian Danker.Kerri Streeter. Back Row: Coach
Yelle.Brenna Leahey(manager), Kathleen Pessolano, Brigid O'Brien.Sue Roth.Sara
Gravelin, Christina Girotti, Patricia Guiggey,Karisa Welz,Mary-Kate Allen.Coach
(Top) Kathleen Pessolano driving to the
Kim Kisner dribbles around the defense.
Jillian Danker reaching for posses-
Jessica Hannington shooting the
Katherine Weiner receiv-
ing a pass
GIRLS JV BASKETBALL TEAM
Front Row: Katie O'Brien, Kari Pabis, Katherine
Weiner.Jessica Hannington. Back Row: Kerry
Loper.Kerri Kennedy.Catherine Murray, Raegan
Kijewski.Candace Driscoll, Emily Vella.Cathryn Musiak.
GIRLS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM
Front Row: Megan lannitelli.Jolette Germain, Lindsay
Dion.Carisa Cowles.Kristie Aslin. Back Row: Ashley
Giombetti, Melissa Laferriere, Sarah Pearson, Carolyn
Broderick, Becky Budynkiewicz, Danielle Stokowski, Sarah
Lamoureux, Coach Trimmer.
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ACTIVITIES & the ARTS
Front Row: Beth Fitzgerald.Amy
Paolone.Elizabeth Harris, Diana
Hsiao.Michal Germain.Christine Godleski.
Second Row: Sona Rao, Heather
Smead, Katie Noble.Katie Houle, Katie
Lucarelle.Jeff Lash, Mr. Petzold.Sam
Rao.Sara Navab.Jeremy Little.Teresa
Campbell, Krystyna Davenport, Lindsay
Nickerson.Sue Moon, Elaine Kwong. Third
Row: Brian Donovan, Mario Koziol.Dave
Chabot.Jill Danker.Nate Theurer.Eric
Imler.Brie Basch, Rachel Skiba, Brewster
Renn.Sara Gravelin.Kim Kisner.Ed
Polchlopek.Kathleen Pessolano, Carlos
Elguero.Mike Burr.Jaime Bliss, Karen
Briggs, Lesley Kingsbury.Jessie Smith.
Sam Rao.Sara Navab.Kate
Lucarelle.Jeff Lash.Jeremy Little, Mr.
Sam Rao.Jeremy Little, Mr. Petzold
Sam Rao turns on the Semi-Formal Carrying the banner in the 1 995 Peach Festival
Katie Lucarelle in-
specting the "semi-
(Above Left) Rolling
out the red carpet.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Front Row:Jenn Cho.Anne Matheison, Elaine
Kwong.Kerri Denucci.Kate Weiner.Dave
Hitchcock.Jeff Lash. Second Row: Moira
Fitzgerald, Liz Harris, Diana Gravelin.Brenna
Leahy.Cassie Graham.Jamie Bliss, Sara
Derosier.Jessie Smith. Third Row: Kate
Lucarelle, Sarah Kowalski.Pete Wall.Jeff
Moore, Kristine Fazio.Beth Fitzgerald, Matt
McDonald, Mike Burr.Jeff Chu.Karen
Cortese, Susan Moon, Nicole Martineau.Dan
Boucher.Andrew Butler. Fourth Row: Chris
Dzialo.Brie Basch, Rachel Skiba,Andrea Guilbalt.
Back Row: Jenn Beacom.Ryan Wyzik.Lori
Ziencina, Jason Kemp.Jim Willette.Kate
Petrucelli.Anthony Schneider.Allison Hsiao, Mike
Shea.Kathleen Pessolano, Steve Neuroth.John
Greeley, Sam Rao, Amy Paolone.Brian
Butterfield, Frank Turcotte.Amy Dolan.Lisa
Nelson, Dave Merritt.
Front Row: Kurt Sears, Matt Greeley.Tim
Selim,Tina Beamuier.Sam Rao, Emily Le.Ali
Vahadji. Second Row: Candace Gilday.Paul
Lizak.Chelsea Crane, Lori Ziencina, Mario
Thomas, Lauren Cortese.Alex Lyton.Sona
Navab.Chirstine Giminiani, Debbie Renihan.
Third Row: Lavreen Reevy.Jenn
Gagnon.Vicki Kotsikopoulos, Brian
Riley.Ryan Wyzik.Mike Cerasa.Janie
Lizak.Kerri Denucci, Christina
Nordstrom, Leah Corsetti.Barbra
Sullivan.Kerri Kennedy.Mike Murphy.Matt
McDonald. Fourth Row: Ry Bruscoe.Erin
Fitzgerald, Emily Villa.Emily Taeger.Brie
Basch, Michal Germain, Krystyna
Davenport, Karen Briggs, Christopher
Marlatt.Cassie Graham, Cherilyn
Pratte.Julia Le.Amy Dolan.Kim
Kisner.Stephanie Wissig.Jen Dzialo.
STUDENT HOSTS and HOSTESSES
Front Row: Michelle Kogut.Christine
Giminiani, Jack Aslin.Erik Wilk,Nicole
Lalonde.Matt Turgeon. Second Row: Victoria
Newman, Kristi Schoolcraft.Corey White, Patti
begin, Julie Samble, Angela Creanza.Meagan
Moynihan. Back Row: Amy Deliefde, Katie
Marvici.Alyssa Hudson.Joy Benedix.Dan
Jones, Jim Boyer.Erica Bisson, Mrs. Maiwald.
Cassie, Jenn, Lori,
Mr.Butler, Andrea, Matt at
Lori, Andrea, Cassie, and
Jenn at NHS Conference.
Matt McDonald catches
up on sleep while flying to
COMPUTER CLUB Front Row: Chris Condon,
Ann Mathesen, Mrs. Ligarski, Elaine Kwong.
Back Row: Shane Vermette, Zack Rockwell, Jeff
Chu, Moira Fitgerald, Lisa Nelson.
, Students for
Treatment of Animals, is a new
group at M.R.H.S. that is al-
ready making waves! Here we
see several members of the
group led by founding member
Cordelia Vahadji and Club Ad-
visor Mr. Shaw. This organiza-
tion of concerned students is
working to alert students to the
part we play in animal abuse
related to product testing, and
introduce us to the concepts of
Front Row: Cordelia Vahadji, Sara
Rauch, Melody Rivera, Myra Peyton.
Back Row: Nicole Martineau, Rachel
Weston, Angela Creanza, Mr. Shaw,
Front Row: Becky Bednarz.Dan
Jones, Sarah Kowalski, Christine
Giminiani.Kyle Kowalski, Katie
Thornton, Back Row: Lori
Ziencina, Mrs. Noble, Tricia
Melikian, George Billings, Scott
Smith, June Navab.Mike Kostek.
(Future Business Leaders of America)
Front Row: Mrs.Guziec.Rob
Courtney.Sara Martin, Nicole
Martineau, Stephen Phol, Brian
Zamboni.Mrs.Jeserski. Back Row:
Scott Dynak.Katherine Thornton, Beth
Przyblowicz.Jon Knight, Christina
Barnes, Kristina Saunders.
(Teens Helping Other Teens Survive)
Front Row: Sarah Hebert.Josh
Keeney.Michal Germain, Emily
Taeger,Cassie Graham, Peter
Axtmann.Tina Beaumier. Middle Row:
Heather Smead.Beth Fitzgerald. Back
Row: Moira Winsek, Sarah
Bartlett, Karen Briggs, Megan
Haggarty.Leah Corsetti, Deborah
Rennihan, Christina Nordstrom, Erin
Fitzgerald, Jeff Smith.
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Front Row: Kristi Schoolcraft.Stacy
Brewer.Elaine Kwong, Shane Vermette.
Back Row: Jason Kemp.Shaun
Cunningham, Dan Jones, Kerri
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Bottom Row: Jim Willette.Angela
Creanza.Brendan Noonan, Christina
Barnes, Michelle Kogut.Mr.
Giminiani.Sara Rauch, Katie Noble, Dan
Jones.Julie Samble. Second Row:
Elaine Kwong, Eric Wilk.Eric Imler.Jeff
Lash, Katie Lucarelle.Judith Zaft-
Ashe, Leah Corsetti, Susan
Mendrala, Chris Dzialo.Mike Burr.Phil
Front Row: Malissa
Cunningham, Bridget Murray, Katie
Noble, Danielle Desmaris. Second
Row:: Allison Coughlin.Mike
Murphy, Shawn Flaherty.Richard
Duboise.Mr. Shaw.Rance Brown. Back
Row: Sarah Kowalski.Jason
Kemp, Dan Jones.
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FALCON YEARBOOK (The
Class) Front Row: Carla
Fernandes.Deidre Ashe. Second
Row: Dan Shlosser.Kris
Bready, Steve Robare, Albert
Shlosser. Third Row: Mr.
Scott, Dan Fratini, Cathy
Amsden.Mrs. Tousignant. Back
Row: Joe Bluteau, Craig
Nakashian, Andrew Peck, Tory
FALCON YEARBOOK STAFF
(The Independent Operatives)
Front Row: Katherine
Thornton, Emily Taeger.Dan
Jones, Myra Peyton. Back Row:
Cordelia Vahadji, Nicole
Godleski.Michal Germain, Mrs.
Tousignant, Camilla Yuen, Jane
Back Row: Cory Lagunowich, Brian
Butterfeild.Jeff Chu.Matt McDonald. Front Row:
Dave Merritt.John Snavely.Elaine Kwong, Shane
Front Row: Shane Vermette, Elaine
Kwong, Stephanie Rizzolo.Cory
Lagunowich.Aimee Larose.Jason Kemp, Stacy
Broadbent.Beth Vickers.Myra Peyton.John
Snavely.Jeff Donnely.Mike Mudawar, Jessica
Bissonette. Back Row: Jessica Drozdowski.Joy
AS SCHOOLS MATCH WITS
Aaron Platanitis.Kate Petrucelli.Sam Rao, Matt
Front Row: Roger Napolitan.Andy
Kumming.Tina Beaumier.C ad
Denucci.Michal Germain, Brie
Basch, Rachel Skiba.Mrs. Shea.
Second Row: Krystyna Davenport.Jon
Greeley. Third Row: Cory
Mentzen.Jim Willette.Eric Imler.Malissa
Godleski, Chris Dzialo.Jeff Smith.
Front Row:John Snavely.Sam Rao.
Second Row: Ms. Brewer.Amy
Dolan.Seth Smith.Anthony Bongiorni.
Third Row: Emily Le.Matt
McDonald, Cassie Graham.Victoria
Front Row: Jeff Donnelly, Chris Dzialo.
Second Row: Ms. Brewer.Mike
Burr.Eric Wages.Jeremy Little, Peter
Burch. Third Row: Judith Zaft-
Weissman.Matt McDonald, Cassie
Graham, Kate Petrucelli.
SOCIETE HONORAIRE DE FRANCAIS
Front Row: Ms. Moran, Diana
Gravelin.Jeff Lash. Second Row: Kate
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Front Row: Moira Fitzgerald, Jane
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Wong, Ms. Moran. Second Row: Myra
Peyton.Anne Mathison, Camilla Yuen.
Front Row: Jane Wong, Camilla Yuen.
Second Row: Cassie Graham, Kim
Kisner.Amy Dolan.Seth Smith, Jaime
Bliss. Third Row: Hans Mentzen.Jim
Willette, Megan Haggerty,Sam Rao, Jeff
Lash, Matt McDonald.
racing at the
Regatta in New
SAILING CLUB MEMBERS Brian But-
terfield, Brian Donovan, Ann Mathisen,
Ben Wallace, and Advisor Mr. Petzold.
MARTIAL ARTS CLUB
Front Row: Shane Vermette Middle
Row: Jim Willette.Hans Mentzen Back
Row: David Lee, Albert Lo.Eric Pori.Jeff
Donnelly, William May.
Front Row: Vipal Patel, Justin Bourget.Quan
Pham. Middle Row: Sean Coughlin, Camilla
Yuen, Jane Wong, John Murphy. Back Row:
David Lee.Moira Fitzgerald, Mrs. Kisner.Dan
HAM RADIO CLUB
Phil Provost, Jeff Donnelly, Nate Merritt.Erik
WIND ENSEMBLE Front Row: Heidi Allen, Karen Allbee.Anne Santoro.Janie Lizak.June Navab.Christine
Terriaca.Chelsea Crane, Carla Patullo.Sara Kowalski, Rachel Skiba. Second Row: Lisa Basile.Melinda
Gorski, Jessica Smith, Emily Binns, Stephanie Pelouze.Jen Cho.Kiley Nelson, Sarah Desrosiers, Sandy Ziobro, Elaine
Kwong.Sara Navab. Third Row: Ms.Reidy.Jeff Chu.John Chu.Andy Sears, Dan Boucher.Pat Ascolese.Jeff
Lash, Steven Sobey.Rance Brown.Justin Crane, Bill Falzone.Dan Spedding. Back Row: Mike Leary, Brian
Arcese.Erik Young, Erik Wages, Ed Polchlopek, George Billings.Andrew Moody .Anthony Schneider.Peter Wall, Rob
Thibodeau.Jeff Disa.Jim Willette, David Kowalczyk.
CONCERT BAND First Row: Ms.Reidy.Sarah Burton, Barbara Sullivan, Laureen Reavey.Emily Le.Katie
Arcese.Kristie Aslin, Emily Osborne. Second Row: Rene Cuadra.Jim Sears.Ashely Cowles, Karen Churchill, Debbie
Johnson, Amanda Kirchhoffer.Katie Harper.Sarah Peason.Andrew Wall.Justin Eckhoff. Third Row: Stuart
Boissonault, Andrew Villamaino, Megan lannitelli.April Verrier.Lauren Dernavich.Carly Ervin.Alina Samuels.Jenny
Dzialo.Rachel Weston, Paul Lizak. Fourth Row: Steve Kelly.Brewster Fitzgerald, Eric Dyke.Brian Piecuch, Robert
Schmidt.Martin Wesolwski.Rich Duboise.John Getchell, Peter McAlpine.Adam Smedberg.
JAZZ ENSEMBLE Front Row: Emily Le, Rachel Skiba, Jeff Lash, Phil Provost. Second Row: Brian Tichacek, Ed
Polchlopek, Scott Johnson, Peter McAlpine, Pat Ascolese, Carla Patullo. Third Row: Anne Santoro, Dan Vitek,
Mike Leary, Brian Arcese, Steve Kelly, Andrew Sears, David Kowalczyk, Ms. Reidy. Back Row: Jim Sears, Rob
Thibodeau, Andy Moody, Eric Wages, Anthony Schneider, Jemery Foster, Jeff Disa, James Wilette, Peter Wall,
Rene Cuadra, Andy Wall.
CONCERT CHOIR Front Row: Christina Reed.Patti Begin.Terry Moriarty.Katora Whitfield.Stephanie Wissig, Erica
Baxter, Rachele Aucella.Denise Phfol, Marsha Brennan.Cory Belluci.Shykira Cicero. Second Row: Amanda
Hall, Sara Lamoureux, Sarah Martin, Kristina Saunders.Andrew MacDonald, Edward Leung, Greg Raffa.Beth
Vickers.Carla Patullo, Kelly Overton, Melissa King. Third Row: Katie Noble, Meredyth Thomas, Judith Zaft-
Weissman.Tiffany Quist.Anthony Schneider, Nate Maritt.Dave Merritt.Amy Larose.Tara Dionne, Catherine
Murray.Candace Gilday. Back Row: Christina Barnes, Kirsten Caster.Aaron Manning, Cate Petruccelli, Nathan
Schneider.Kent Kristof.Eric Wages, Dan Tousignant.Liz Spedding, Katie Corbett, Katie Lane.Kristen Ray.
TREBLE CHOIR Bottom Row: Katie Marvici, Emily Carbone, Debbie Hill, Maura Talmadge.Becky Bready.Sarah
Drury, Haley Brown.Tracey Cyranowski, Second Row: Melanie Bliss.Jen Heyman.Kaitlan Gentile.Jenna
Scibelli.Jessica Hebert.Becky Knecht.Sarah Alosio, Bridget Murray.Carisa Cowles.Jenn Deforest, Victoria Newman.
Last Row: Amy Deliefde.Alyssa Hudson.Ashley Campbell, Carolyn Broderick.Mireya Santoyo, Danielle
Desmaris.Kari Pabis.Nichole Santos, Kelly Ann Gray.Susanne Mallet.
Front Row: Lindsay Nickerson,
Malissa Cunningham, Rachel
Skiba. Middle Row: Michelle
Laflamme, Karen Pincince, Jen
Knecht, Marilee Schroeder.
Back Row: Ed Leung, Nate
Schneider, Eric Wages,
Anthony Schneider, Nate
Merritt, Dave Merritt.
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On Friday, November 17,1995, crowds of
students gathered in the Minnechaug
auditorium to watch the One-Act Play con-
test. With much new talent and also with the
experience of One-Act veterans.it was once
again a success. Midsummer Night's Dream
won the most awards, taking "Best Play."
Seniors Krystyna Davenport and Elena
Szafarowicz were given "Best Directors."
Juniors Kelly Overton and Tim McDonald
were awarded "Best Actress" and "Best Ac-
tor." Senior George Billings was given "Best
Supporting Actor" for his performance. The
Breaking of Bread captured the award for
"Best Special Effects." Junior Chris Dzialo
directed this play with only two actors, and
sophomore Jeff Smith received honorable
mention. "Best Set Design" went to the play,
Almost the Bride of Dracula . It was directed
by sophomores Jessica Bissonette and
Adam Consolmagno. Junior Malissa Cun-
ningham was given "Best Supporting Ac-
tress" for her two roles, and classmate
Michelle Reed took an honorable mention.
(Above left) "Reb" (Jeff
Smith) and "Yankee" (Scott
(Above) One of Dracula's
(Steve Neuroth) loves,
Krysten Hinkley looks
longingly at her love, the
donkey (George Billings).
Cast of Midsummer Night's
Dream - Bottom: Kelly Overton,
Krystyna Davenport, Elena
Szafarowicz. Back: Danielle
Desmaris, Justin Crane, Judith
Zaft-Weissman, George Billings,
Lindsay Nickerson, Mike Leary,
Rachel Skiba, Krysten Hinkley,
Christine Godleski, Tim
Cast of The Brea king of Bread
— Chris Dzialo, Jenny Dzialo,
Scott Lefavor, and Mike Reed.
Almost the Bride of
Michelle Reed, Steve
Neuroth, Bridget Murray, Adam
Consolmagno, Malissa Cunning-
ham, Mike Murphy, Alex Lydon.
Top) "The Breaking of Bread" wins Best Special
Middle) One Act Advisor Mr. Bernstein presents
<elly Overton with the Best Actress Award.
(Bottom) Mr. Bernstein presents the awards for
Best Direction and Best Play to Co-Directors
Elana Szafarowicz and Krystyna Davenport.
The Technical Crew — Jenny
Dzialo, Mike Reed, Jeff Donnelly,
Steve Potvin, Eric Wages, Nate
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Year after year, again and again, we're about to use a
"great" photo ... but NO!!! It's the "bunny ears"! Well this
year, we're not only going to print these "unprintables", the
FALCON Yearbook Class and Staff will make our own state-
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One busy winter afternoon
found us not knowing which
way to turn the FALCON Year-
book cameras! Just as Mr. Tipaldi
was introducing Jazz Artists
Fruteland Jackson and Keb'Mo', a
truckload of grapefruit and or-
anges hauled in from Florida for
the annual Band Fruit Sale arrived
in the next hallway. As you can
see the auditorium was hosting a
good crowd of jazz lovers with
only a layer of cinderblocks to
separate them from the industri-
ous members of the MRHS Band
who were furiously hauling, in-
specting, and repacking a truck-
load of citrus.
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The 1 995-96 Classic Drama Classes Present . . .
With last year's presentation
of "A Christmas Carol" un-
der their belts the Classic Drama
Classes, now taught by Dr. Heiney
and Ms. Sacon, are tackling two
shows this year. In the fall season
they staged "Alice in Wonder-
land" and at yearbook press time,
as the surrounding photos show,
they were working on "Romeo
and Juliet". Learning the lines,
building sets, and all with only
about 40 minutes a day! Bravo!
Nice sword action, too!
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lizzard of '96 Photos
The FALCON wanted
them! We offered a
'Topher Marlatt brought
these photos in to collect
the $50.00 prize! We want
to know if he was being
paid to shovel the walk,
"The Lord will teach you the way you should go. He will
watch over you. "
Mom, Dad, Peter
Yearbook Staff takes both pride
and joy each year as we work on
the "Senior Messages". Every
word and photo is a "gem" but we
would like to single out for your
attention our choices for the 1995-
May all your dreams come true!
Mom, Dad, & Dana
CONGRATULATIONS SAMIR !!!
Reach for your dreams and be all you can be. We love
you and are very proud of you.
Mom, Dad, & Sona
"To Our Angel"
Robert J. Person
In 17 years you touched so many lives!
You brought a special joy to our
family, and to many who knew you.
We loved those beautiful blue eyes,
that engaging smile, and all the unique
qualities that were "Rob". Inspire us
from beyond where eagles soar, and
remember our love forever.
Mom, Dad, Becki & Greg
"To Live In Hearts We Leave Behind
Is Not To Die"
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(Advisor's Note: They also print the hall
passes, tickets, programs, posters, t-shirts,
handbooks and course directories you see
We are proud of you!
Grandma, Nikki, Bob,
Carolyn & Kids
We love you.
Mom & Gina
Mike, You bring joy and laughter into
our home. Congratulations and good
Mom, Dad, & Jen
Wilbraham — Hampden Rotary
Class of 1996
Stephen, Walter, Scott, Jim, Jack,
Holly, Jen, and Christine.
I love you all and good luck.
I'm so proud of you. I know you will
fulfill all your dreams and will be
successful in the avenues you travel.
We love you.
Mom & Lindsay
To our girl who dances with thunder . . .
Continue on your path and you will
We love you,
Mom,Dad,Laura, & Sara
You'll always be our Homecoming
Mom, Dad, & Maureen
We are proud of you.
Mom & Dad
"That which will never come again is
what makes life so sweet. "
Happiness and Success to our special
You're sugar and spice. You're
everything nice & you'll always be our
little girl. We love you Stacey.
Daddy,Mom,Sam,Jon, & Shelley
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An angel at seven, a beautiful, talented,
young lady at seventeen. Wonderful
opportunities await. Pursue them. They
Mom, Dad, & Ethan
Congratulations Diana Kay, Always
follow your dreams. Whatever
endeavors you pursue will make us
proud. We'll always be there for you.
Mom, Dad, & Alex
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John & Lynn
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Sarah, "You have brains in your head.
You have feet in your shoes. You can
steer yourself any direction you choose.
Oh, the places you'll go."
Mom & Caitlin
CLASS of 1996
"So many books, so little time. "
Congratulations Kim and Lisa.
Best wishes to our two fabulous
Wilbraham Public Library Staff
To Jim, Hans &
Let the memories
of the past guide
you to the future.
Joshua — Your winning smile and
positive attitude will take you wherever
you want to go. Congratulations and
Mom.Dad, & Spence
"Have you been half asleep,
and have you heard voices? I've
heard them calling my name . .
. I've heard it too many times
to ignore it. It's something that
I'm s'posed to be. Someday
we'll find it, The Rainbow
Connection; The lovers, the
dreamers, and me. "
We love you Megan!
Mom & Dad
(P. S. -Don't scratch your nose!)
You're a beautiful gift God gave us.
We are so proud of you, today and
Mom,Dad,Scott, and Chantal
Class of 1996 and Brendan:
Jenny — You have grown into a
beautiful person. May you receive love
and happiness in life that you have
given so dearly to others.
Care Bear, some things never change!
We are very proud of the wonderful
person that you are. Keep reaching for
Mom,Dad, & Dan
Kelly, You will be forever the apple of
our eyes! The road ahead is long, so
keep on trying, and never give up!!
Mom,Dad,Carrie, and John
We're really proud of you.
We love you.
Grandma & Grandpa
Way To Go!
Nathan and Noelle
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Its not been easy but you've
We love you and are proud of
Grammie, Aunt Elaine,
Timothy, Katie, Jonathan
CONGRATULATIONS JAMIE !
You have climbed mountains others only see from a distance.
I'm proud of you!
We love you and
we're so proud of
Uncle Tim, Patti,
I knew you would
I love you.
We love you.
Uncle Dan, Aunta, Andrew, Benjamin, David,Peter, Paul
Alright, call me a tomboy. Tomboys get
medals. Tomboys win
championships. Tomboys can fly. And
Tomboys aren 't boys!
Bowie, We're so proud of you.
Love, Your Family
This is your goal in life; no shirt, no
shoes, no school. Now back to reality.
We wish you happiness.
Mom,Dad and Judi
Congratulations & Good Luck
Bobby & Bryan
From your proud families,
The Vallandingham's and The Huard's
Way to Go
Dan Shlosser & the
Hope to see you at the
NEST a.k.a. Springfield
P.O. Box 3190
(413) 739-3344/(413) 739-3389
Good luck in all your travels. We love
Momjohn, and Kevin
Amy- You're a shining star. We know
you'll be successful in all you do.
Congratulations and Good Luck.
Lots of love,
Mom,Dad, & Jeff
Have fun, be good, and come home
often! We love you and are very proud
From the moment you took your first
steps, we knew you'd be going places.
We're proud of you.
Mom,Dad, & Tricia
The Minnechaug Regional High School
THE CLASS of 1996
Best Wishes for Continued Success and
Good Fortune in the Future!
OFFICERS for 1995-1996
President: Sharon Flagg
1st Vice-President: Wally Arcese
2nd Vice-President: Roger Fontaine
Recording Secretary: Anne Briggs
Treasurer: Debbie Bottone
Co-Treasurer: Bobbie Lee Nelson
Athletic Director: Ned Doyle
Coach's Representative: Russ Mooney
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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF 1996
'The future belongs to those who believe
in the beauty of their dreams. "
— Eleanor Roosevelt
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Congratulations and good luck to you
in college. We're proud of you and love
you very much.
Mom,Dad, and Erin
Congratulations Chris on your many
accomplishments. We love you very
Dad, Mom, and John
Class of '97
Your Senior Portrait Is the most important
photography you'll ever have taken, so don't
pick an ordinary senior photographer!
Go for the Best, Go for . . .
Photography by Duval
257 South Main Street
Palmer, MA 01069
Senior Hot Lines
Minnechaug's Off icial Yearbook Photographer
Duval supports and makes donations to the yearbook,
school newspaper, Renaissance program,
athletic department, school activities
and the Senior Class.
You will be photographed by
one of the nation's top Senior photographers,
known for her many awards and recognitions.
At Duval's you can count on
the latest trends in Senior Photography.
At Duval's you can count on
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Justin, you were always a "Super"
Kid, and we know you'll be a
"Super" man. Thank you for all the
happiness, love, and pride you've
Dad,Mom, and Chelsea
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We are so proud of you. Good Luck in
everything you do and may all your
dreams come true.
Mom,Dad, and Nick
So many memories from the
past, when you were just
beginning to open yourself to
life; so many memories now
that you are so far away . . .
Mom,Dad, and Alonso
The Class of '96
Dr. Edward R. McFarland
May God bless you as you strive to
make your dreams come into reality.
With Love and Pride,
M,D, Deena, and Posse
You have grown from a loving,
cheerful, delightful, "Little
Buddy" into a wonderful,
caring, gifted, young lady and
friend. You are a joy to be
with. We are so proud of you!
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May life only smile on you and show
With All my Heart I Love You.
Congratulations to Rick and Kevin Deyo!
Best Wishes for many prosperous years
and dreams fulfilled.
Sandy & Kevin O'Neil
"Remember how I was funny? Tell
them how I was funny!"
Hope your life is full of laughter.
Kudos Matt on your successes!
Venisti, vidisti, vicisti.
Mom & Dad
We're very proud of you!
Mom and Dad
Good Job ROB !
Mom, Kristen, & Brian
Good Luck Brandi!
We Love You.
Mom, Dad, and Becky
Congratulations Heather !
We're proud of you.
Mom and Dad
We've always been proud of you.
Mom, Dad, & Nik
Thanks For The Memories!
The sky's the limit when your heart is
in it. We are so proud of who you are.
Thanks for being you.
Mom,Dad,Jen, & Shelby
You have traveled the distance, now
there is more to go, but we know you
will handle it like a pro.
Grandma, Mom,and Uncle John
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Continue to dream, seeing paths only
you can follow hills only you can climb.
Go for it, Mac!
Mom,Dad,Chris, & Jeffrey
You're a step away from your future.
Shoot for the Stars!
Mom,Dad, & Whitney
It takes a special person to follow life's
adventures, to set a course and boldly
follow through. We are so proud of
Love, Your Family
"A person of words and not deeds is like
a garden full of weeds. "
Elizabeth — You're our beautiful flower
Love — Mom,Dad,John, & Edward
May all your dreams come true. We are
so proud of you.
Love — Dad, Mom, & Judy
Greetings from the CLASS OF 1975 — 20th Reunion — November 1995 /Hampden Country Club
May all your dreams and wishes come
Mom, Dad, Ceci, Sergio, Mariel, and
We are so proud of you Baby!
Mom, Dad, and Adam
"You want a second opinion . . .!!"
We love you!
Mum,Dad,Maria,Michelle, & SBK
he Staff and Advisors of the 1996
FALCON leave you as we started . . .
looking at these "legendary moments"
with "unforgettable friends" at Min-
nechaug. We hope that we have man-
aged to chronicle a few of those mo-
ments and include as many of you as we
could in this print record. This has been a
year filled with events and people, mo-
ments of excellence and tragedy.
Through it all this assemblage of brick
and steel has given us a safe anchor to
our lives, a place to learn and reflect, a
community to become part of, so that
we, may play our individual roles in the
continuing legend" that has been, is,
and will be Minnechaug!
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